Pennsylvania District copyright, no. 54, issued in 1794 to Absalom Jones and Richard Allen, "as authors and proprietors."--p. 
The publications referred to in the title are those of Mathew Carey, particularly his A short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia (Philadelphia, 1793), wherein he makes disparaging remarks about the conduct of the city's free black population, many of whom served as nurses and gravediggers during the yellow fever epidemic. Carey's work appeared in three editions in 1793. Jones and Allen take specific exception to Carey's comments in both the 2nd (pp. 76-77) and 3rd (p. 106) editions
Carey replied to Jones' narrative and to a criticism signed "Argus," in a work titled: Address of M. Carey to the public (Philadelphia, 1794)
The narrative is followed by a letter to Matthew Clarkson, mayor of Philadelphia (dated Jan. 7, 1794, and signed by Absalom Jones and Richard Allen) with Clarkson's reply (dated Jan. 23, 1794); "An address to those who keep slaves, and approve the practice"; "To the people of colour"; and "A short address to the friends of him who hath no helper."
Signatures: A-B⁶ C²
NLM copy: tipped in at end: MS. death certificate for an infant, signed by Absalom Jones ("Died on the 14th of April 1813 a Child of Daniel Sampson 6 months old ... [who] died of the belly complaint [and was] enteired [sic] into St Thomas' African Church Burial ground")
NLM copy, film 633 reel 57 is part of Research Publications Early American Medical Imprints collection (RP reel 57, no. 1079)